People were killed for inciting citizens to escape from the captured city
Militants of 'Islamic state' armed group burned 52 young people and shot and four others in the town of Hawija in northern Iraq, reports Al Arabia TV channel, citing its own sources.According to the data, young people were executed on Saturday night for inciting citizens to escape from a captured city.
Terrorists forbid people to leave the occupied territories, as expecting to hide behind civiliansas 'human shields' against the operations of the Iraqi Army and the Air Force of the international coalition.
Earlier it was reported that in Iraq, suicide bombers attacked a gas compressor station andblew up the tank with oil.
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